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. we have your sog time for weather and traffic early on this thursday morning. tom kierein in "storm center 4." right now raid dar showing a front that's triggering rain that's moving from west to east and heading into the mountains. ahead of that we've had a few sprinkles locally. light green in the district and montgomery, prince george's. anne arundel is getting a few sprinkles. there are some sprinkles to the south. elsewhere much farther to the west is where much of the rain is tag right now. and that will be arriving later this morning and during the afternoon. right now it's freezing. 30s to the low 40s. later today we'll be peaking near 50 degrees with a few showers from time to time. sunrise, 5:46. here's your evening planner. rain activities should taper off by midnight. by then we'll be down to the low 40s. a look for a potential of a wintry mix on the weekend. details on that in a few minutes. danella, how's traffic? if you're traveling in virginia, i'm not seeing any issues. completely clear connecting to the beltway. a live look right now at fairfax county parkway, yo
the fastest survive. >>> good morning. time for a weather and traffic on the 1s. 4:41. tom kierein in storm center4. cold start this friday morning under a clear sky. near freezing around washington. closer to the beltway, 30s to 40 degrees. near 40 near the bay. high pressure has been pushing in overnight and will give us plenty of sunshine today. sunrise at 7:13. by 9:00, upper 30s. a bright and sunny morning. a few wispy high clouds drifting over this afternoon. by noontime the upper 40s. middle of the afternoon, probably low 50s. then this evening, here's your evening planner. sunset at 5:31. mostly clear the start of the evening, mid 40s by 7:00. by midnight, a few clouds will thicken up. near 40 degrees. changes on the way for the weekend and maybe precipitation. we'll talk about that and look into next week at 4:51. danel danella, how is traffic? >> still looking good in the area. nice friday to hit the road. traveling i-95, no issues heading out of dell city. even connecting to the beltway there both directions, a live look at the rest area. no issues here as you travel northbound a
. and our tom kierein is here to talk more with how the day is shaping up. you said we're going to need our umbrellas. >> yes, but not a snow shovel. this morning temperatures are all above freezing. and around the region as we look at the ray darks we have light rain falling locally, but where you see that darker green and yellows and oranges, that's where it's coming up a little bit harder in west virginia and the ohio river valley. we have a few sprinkles north and east of washington. up into northeastern maryland. a few sprinkles into the northern neck of virginia. they stretch all the way to fredericksburg. they're advancing off to the northeast out of the southwest and temperatures above freezing in the 30s. we're in upper 30s to near 40 in month gonery, arlington, fairfax counties. 42 in reagan national. district of columbia at 43 and it's in the low 40s near the basement weather watchers checking in this morning reporting cloudy skies. sunrise at 6:59. might have a few sprinkles but a greater chance of any significant rain will be during the afternoon hours. not much rain. maybe a t
is up one cent to $3.78. >>> let's get a first look at the forecast. tom kierein telling us what's happening today. a chilly weekend, but the sun was out. >> we turned off the wind machine on sunday. >> goodness, saturday was crazy. >> it was. now calm wind, clear sky. the bright red spot in the western sky is mars. and what a celestial delight. after sunset the crescent moon, venus, and jupiter were up. now we've got a clear sky at reagan national. it's 36. and we have a light south-southwesterly breeze around five miles per hour. elsewhere, temperatures are below freezing throughout most of the region including fairfax, arlington, montgomery, and prince george's counties. in the low 30s to upper 20s in most of those locations. and throughout much of virginia and maryland, in the 20s to near 30 degrees except near the bay and the tidewater region. in the mid to upper 30s. and out of the mountains, in the 20s this morning. we have an area of high pressure drifting off the atlantic seaboard that will shift our winds into the south/southwest later today. warming us to near 60 pie n
to talk about 70-degree temperatures in february. storm 4 meat meet tom kierein joins us with the first forecast. tom? >> springtime in february. indeed. we have got flowers blooming now. daffodils are up. crocuses are up. the temperatures are up as well. right now reagan national at 61 degrees. look at culpeper, they are up to 63, fredericksburg 62. farther west and north we are in the mid and upper 50s now. baltimore now is at 60. it is near 60 right by the chesapeake bay. we have a southwesterly breeze bringing in the warmer weather and we have just a few clouds coming through. we have a delightful blue sky with puff write white clouds coming over us now. and for the rest of the afternoon, you will just revel in this springlike weather. we will have it into the upper 60s to near 70 by mid afternoon. under a partly cloudy sky. light breezes. changing direction from time to time. and does look like another mild day tomorrow. but we will have big changes on the way beginning tomorrow and into the weekend as well. i will have all the latest on that coming right up, barbara. >> thank you,
's meteorologist tom kierein. >> good morning. we would love to have a repeat of yesterday. that certainly was wonderful and got into the mid and upper 60s and does look like we are on our way again. right now around the region we are into the mid 50s and it is 55 at reagan national. in leesburg, gaithersburg, 63 degrees. fredericksburg, culpeper, 66. charlottesville also at 66. they will probably easily hit 70 there later today. but reagan national, 55. one of the cooler spots with the wind off the cold waters of the not mack. we had sprinkles this morning. passed off to our seat and few lingering sprinkle east of cambridge on the eastern shore. and south of there in the northern neck. it is goinging to move off to the east. clouds over the shenandoah valley and mountains. farther to tease between the blue ridge and the metro area, we have some sunshine breaking out now and for the rest of the afternoon, partly cloudy and mild. lit breezes coming in out of the southwest and we will shift into the northwest later on. we will climb into the mid and upper 60s and even around the metro area d
to the weather and very chilly start to the day. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the first forecast. is it supposed to warm up there n. >> it is still february and is feeling like it. this morning down into the low and mid 20s but now just past 11:00 this morning, we warmed into the 40s. ice we had earlier is melting. farther to the south and west, all that snow fell sunday. there was a remelt yesterday and froze up overnight. 43 at reagan national. near 40 in fairfax, arlington, montgomery, prince george's counties. it is in the mid 40s in southern maryland and parts of the eastern shore. upper 30s and parts of the shenandoah valley and into the mountains and it is in the mid to upper 30s. and for the rest of the afternoon, it will be partly sunny and we will have temperatures climbing to near 50. there's also a slight chance of a few sprinkles this afternoon. we will have the wind onlying in out of the south and picking up a bit of intensity, gusting to 20 miles an hour. and overnight tonight it will be mostly cloudy and we will have temperatures just past sunset in the m
but mild morning. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the first 4 forecast. that looks more like a pilgrim's hat than a top hat he was wearing, didn't it? >> anything to help the chamber of commerce. this morning, we have had clouds and rain around but now the cloud cover beginning to break up. we are getting sunshine breaking out. you see your shadow now. as we take a look at the radar, the moving color is light rain and most of it now is east of washington. right near the western shores of the bay. will have been heavier downpours in northern neck of virginia. that's moving off to the east heading towards southern maryland. farther to the west and north have a few sprinkles in montgomery county, western fairfax. and that pretty much is the end of it. and temperatures right now are chilly. we are in the 40s to near 50 degrees. reagan national now is at 51 degrees. but warming up a bit out of the mountains it is into the low to mid 50s there. culpeper now up to 55. fredericksburg, 52. while montgomery county still in the 40s. and it is near 50 in prince george's, fairfax, ar
kierein is taking a look at our forecast for today. tom, good morning. >> good morning. yesterday's snowfall created some wet surfaces and overnight those have frozen up. watch out for patchy ice, black spots northwest of washington. temperatures throughout much of northern virginia, maryland, west virginia are below freezing and that includes montgomery, fair fax, arlington, prince george's county and near washington too. the windchills are down into the low to mid-20s with winds 15, to 20 miles an hour. layer up it's getting like a blustery winter morning and we've got a clearing sky as we've had the clouds moving off to the east. finally getting above freezing. sun set's at 5:38 and we'll have our sky go partly cloudy in the evening. mid-30s by midnight. a look at snow on the way for friday into the weekend and we'll look at the next week in ten minutes. >> right now we're following breaking news if you're traveling in atlanta, maryland. still the central lanes are blocked by the accident. this is as you approach the beltway. you are able to pass single file on the right as wel
foundation said it cut funding based on new criteria for grants. >>> and right now, let's go to tom kierein in storm center4 to see what kind of day we'll have on this friday. tom? >> we are off this morning. around the region temperatures right down into the mid 30s now in prince george's. arlington, fairfax and montgomery counties. a lot of temperatures not reporting on the network here all of a sudden. we'll trouble shoot that. as we look at view from space, clear sky from washington's trinidad neighborhood to landover, great falls, annandale and poolsville. temperatures are near the mid to low 30s much of the region. near 40 in washington and by the bay. day planner, sunrise at 7:13. by 9:00, upper 30s. by noontime, upper 40s. during the afternoon, plenty of sun hitting the low 50s. a few high clouds late this afternoon, and for your evening plans, for this friday night, sunset at 5:31. should be a mostly clear skatar to the evening. by midnight, clouds coming in. a look at the rest of the weekend. could get a little precipitation. we'll look at that and next week in a couple of minutes
right now. are things going to warm up? meteorologist tom kierein in the storm center with the latest on the forecast. tom? >>> good morning. yes, right now it is feeling february cold. we are down into the low to mid 20s around the metro area. and that includes montgomery county, fairfax, arlington, prince george's counties. now yesterday, some of that snow melted, and kind of behinded on some roadways. that -- ponded on some roadways. that has refrozen, so watch for patchy ice south and southwest of washington. temperatures down that way, near 20 degrees. and we do have a bit of a breeze coming in out of the south that's beginning to move up our way. that's going to bring in clouds, and it will set the stage for a gorgeous sunrise which this morning is at 6:52. here's the day planner. we'll have increasing clouds. a cloudy afternoon. breezy this afternoon. winds out of the south gusting around 20 miles per hour. highs near 50 degrees. now look at your evening planner. sun sets at 5:52. a cloudy evening. temperatures by midnight will be near 40 degrees. a warmup is on the way. we'll
. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us for the first forecast. tom n. >> good morning, barbara. we have had some light rain this morning and there's somewhat moderate rain about to move into the metro area. this is a live view from our sky watcher camera. lenses sprinkled with raindrops right now. we are getting a little light rain in washington. and in parts of maryland but much of the rain now is in virginia and it is moving southwest to northeast. along a front that is beginning to move our way, moving into the mountains now. ahead of the front southwesterly flow bring thing rain towards us where you see those areas in yellow, coming down harder in charms county and as well as into culpeper county. that's advancing north and east. even though we head to light rain so far we may have a pick-up of intensity and not going to get a lot of rain out of this as we get into the afternoon hours, we will have our temperatures warm up a little bit. we have been holding steady in the upper 30s and low 40s for the last couple of hours. right now 45 at reagan national. warm up a little bit mo
, a little sun out on what is expected to be another mild afternoon. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the first forecast. hey, tom. >> good morning. yet a fog developed quickly and only last ad couple of hours right in washington. then dissipated quickly but remained throughout parts of central virginia, southern maryland near the bay. into mid morning. now it is just about all gone there. and temperatures are warming up now with the sunshine and 50 degrees at reagan national. mid 40s in montgomery county. upper 40s in fairfax and arlington counties and near 50 in prince george's county. much of southern maryland, northern neck, eastern shore also near 50. it is beginning to climb into the low 50s across north central virginia and from fredericksburg to culpeper, charlottesville, cooler shenandoah valley into the panhandle of west virginia, western maryland where it is in the low and mid 40s now. over the last 12 hours we had the fog dissipating and the cloud cover breaking up. it is a afternoon progresses we have plenty of shine and temperatures climbing into the mid and uppe
on the 1s. good morning, 6:11 on this wednesday morning. tom kierein in storm center 4. temperatures in the mid to upper 30s to near 40 degrees. through mid morning, increasing sunshine. during the afternoon hitting the mid to upper 50s. a delightful day coming up. here's your evening planner. sunset will be at 5:45. we'll have increasing clouds. by midnight the temperature down to near 40 degrees. active weather pattern. we'll take a look at the changes on the way to the weekend in ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >>> good morning. if you're traveling along route 50 in maryland, you are starting to see some congestion. so far, westbound still a good travel speed. 66 miles per hour as you travel westbound in bowie. continuing inside the beltway this time, 55 miles per hour past landover road. if you're connecting on to new york avenue, seeing volume. but again, no accidents, and you're still traveling at a good travel speed. joe and eun? >> thanks a lot. >> 6:12. >>> a warning from the company that makes the top cancer drug on the market. >>> and why prosecutors in italy want ama
this morning. we'll find out from tom kierein how long the rain will last and whether we're going to have a repeat of yesterday's glorious day. >> we do have wet pavement all around from some overnight rain. watch out. that's a recipe for fender benders. right now getting light rain in our eastern southern suburbs. pockets of rain over the eastern shore. there's another batch of rain coming in from the shenandoah valley west. that ire getting light rain along 66. that's about to move into loudoun county and fair fax. a few sprinkles in washington and prince george's county, southern maryland and right near the bay. we'll have that second batch of some of that lighter rain moving back through the metro area in about an hour. we're chilly, in the 40s throughout most of the region. montgomery, fairfax, arlington county. upper 40s to near 50. so is the district of columbia. here's your day planner. sunrise at 7:14. perhaps a lingering sprinkle around 9:00. then sun back this afternoon. highs reaching mapd upper 50s. cold tonight. donella, how's traffic? >> breaking news on i-270 northbound. a
. and that is belongs in the winter category. >> let's go to tom kierein now to see what our forecast calls for for the rest of the day and the weekend. >> find your winter gear, down near freezing in montgomery, fairfax county, prince george's county mid 30s. near 40 in the district of columbia. near the bay, near 40s. el elsewhere near the 30s. high pressure will give us plenty of sunshine today. here's your day planner, sunrise at 7:13. noontime, upper 40s. low 50s by the middle of the afternoon with lots of sun. here is your friday evening planner. mostly clear this evening to partly cloudy mid to late evening. midnight, down to near 40 degrees. a cold start to saturday. we'll look at that, precipitation over the weekend. the latest on that in ten minutes. danel danella, how is traffic? >> really good right now around the beltway. on the inner loop at central avenue, 62 miles per hour. this time crossing over the wilson bridge on the inner loop at route 1 in virginia, 61 miles per hour. traveling outer loop, braddock road, 65 miles per hour. if you are take the beltway in montgomery cou
it is february. >>> weather and traffic on the 1s. good morning, tom kierein, storm. >> 4. first light of day videoing up, sunrise at -- showing up, sunrise at 6:51. during the afternoon, reaching near 60 with increasing clouds. a blustery wind. overnight tonight, here's your evening planner, ♪, 5:-- sunset, 5:53. could get rain. a look at the week and weekend in ten minutes. how's traffic? >>> right now, situation route 4, southern maryland boulevard, closed between west chesapeake road to west bayfront road. this is a medivac situation, so you're going to have to follow police direction if you're traveling northbound or southbound. you are being diverted off of route 4 at this time. choppers over the scene and we're going to keep watching the accident for you until it clears. for now, if i were you, i would avoid the area as we have serious delays. back to you both. >> thank you very much. >>> 6:12. 45 degrees. parents, get out your wallets, while your kids will soon be asking you for $200. >> that's all parents do anyway. >>> and next, why a lawmaker calls the girl scouts a radical organ
. >> i will try this one. we will get tom kierein up here. come on up and join us. >> i want you to taste this, tom. >> if you insist! this looks so good. oh, my goodness. this is fantastic. >> wow. >> love it. >> tom happens to really like vegetarian things. >> yes. >> cookies are my version of chocolate chip cookies and they are made with almond and oats. that's what my -- together. >> can we see your show here in washington? >> i think in the washington area. check your local listings, two different channels. >> "jazzy vegetarian." we have to get danella in here before we eat it all up. thank you. >> thank you for having me. >> jazzy vegetarian. these are good. >> it is 11:27. coming up in the next- hour of "news4 midday," smartphones are becoming a major target for thieves. how d.c. is trying to combat that problem. the manhunt is under way for a violent man convicted of stalking madonna and who has now escaped from a mental hospital. >> a very cold weekend ahead. we will see snow perhaps. we will find o hey there. "hey" yourself. brad needs car insurance, but, uh, brad doesn't want t
in a box of trash. >>> storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein is with us now to talk about severe weather. we may see later today. >> first time this season. virtually hitting earlier than usual. here we are late february. talking about maybe some tornadoes and maybe? thunderstorms with damaging winds. right now all is calm. we have still some clouds over capitol hill. live view from city camera. but the sun is beginning to shine through those clouds weekly, a little bit here. there's a lot of sun in virginia now. right now breaks in the clouds and 51 at reagan national. we have a light breeze coming in out of the northeast. and as we look at the radar, there is a developing line of thunderstorms here in southern west virginia. this is just bo b to cross into the southern shenandoah valley. may make its way towards fredericksburg perhaps and n a couple of hours and past south of washington. this zone in yellow is the zone for the poe ten hal for severe weather later today. it would be from mid afternoon into the early evening hours. southern maryland and areas from right near pair fax county,
degrees. ahead, the popular super bowl ad that sparked an unexpected political firestorm. >>> tom kierein's talking flurries. >>> welcome back. we could soon have more access to movies on the internet. verizon and redbox are teaming up. a subscription price per month will start at $6 a month and will be available this year. >> all right. 6:10. >>> time to look at the forecast. meteorologist tom kierein telling us about another pretty nice day. tom? >>> we've got the gorgeous, full moon in the western sky. it is cold in the western and southern suburbs. temperatures near the freezing mark. many locations above freezing. a mostly clear sky. later today, lots of sunshine, temperatures climbing to near 50 by noon. hitting the mid 50s during the afternoon. here's the evening planner. sunset at 5:36. increasing clouds, upper 30s by midnight. might get snow tomorrow. we'll talk about that, the rest of the week and weekend in ten minutes. how's traffic? . >>> there's a problem on the orange line, delays from minnesota avenue to new carrollton. chopper 4 at georgia avenue. not seeing a lot of dela
cooler start to this day. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the first forecast from the day. >> hey. yeah. the air is appreciate and invigorating and we have a beautiful blue sky with sparkling sunshine and temperatures are climbing into the mid 40s throughout much of the region. reagan national at 46. low to mid 40s. and in arlington, fairfax, montgomery, prince george's counties, throughout most of the region now, we are into the low and mid 40s. we have a little bit of breeze coming in out of the north around 5 to 10 miles an hour and this blue sky thanks to high pressure over us right now and some high clouds begin to push into western and west virginia out of kentucky, ahead of rain and snow system that's been hitting the midwest and the front range of the rockies around denver, major blizzard under way there. i will show you video from that coming up in a few minutes. for us this afternoon, mostly sunny and chilly. light wind out of the northwest around 5 to 10. temperatures climbing into the upper 40s and low 50s. might hit mid 50s across central virginia from frederi
to the weather now and more seasonable temperatures you on there today. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the first forecast of midday. good morning. >> it is a beauttle day. gorgeous blue sky. bright sunshine. not as warm as yesterday. we have had that northwesterly breeze. bringing in cooler weather. right now 48 at reagan national. now in fairfax county it is in the mid 40s. and it is in the mid and upper 40s in arlington county. much of prince george's county now mid 40s. so is montgomery county. southern maryland, chesapeake bay, northern neck, lower eastern shore, hit the mid and upper 40s. near 50 across parts of north central virginia from fredericksburg into fauquier county. and culpeper and towards charlottesville. farther north and west we are in the low to mid 40s. shenandoah valley and out into the mountains and we have a beautiful clear sky here right now. just a very few thin high clouds coming into the ohio valley. those may begin to move our way by sunset. beautiful sunset. rest of the day sunny and cool. those light breezes out of the northwest around 5 to 1 mile
apologize to our viewers." >>> it is chilly. tom kierein joins us now with our first forecast for the day. >> it was one of our coldest mornings in recent days. we were down into the low and mid 20s throughout much of the region and it was very frosty as well but now we're well above freezing here as we approach just past 11:00 now. it is into the mid 40s. 44 at reagan national. mid and upper 40s a little bit farther to the south and east of the metro area. farther west and north, shenandoah valley, into the mountains, in the mid and upper 30s. prince george's county now low to mid 40s. we have a large area of high pressure that's over our region now that's going to give us this gorgeous blue sky with sparkling sunshine into the afternoon and then this evening we'll see a full moon rising just after sunset. sunny and chilly for the rest of the afternoon. we'll have some breezes out of the south and west along with that bright sunshine. that should warm us up, in fact perhaps climbing another 10 degrees for highs by mid afternoon into the low to mid 50s. and then overnight tonight we will
with the answers, meteorologist tom kierein, joins us with the latest on our forecast. >>> it is a big storm, but i don't think we're going to have any tornadoes. i don't think we're going to have any severe weather from this system. but we are going to be getting much-needed rain. actually, so far this year, we're about 2.25 inches below average for rainfall. so we could use rain. and does look like it will likely be moving in around 9:00, 10:00 this morning. right now as we look right-hand the region, temperatures -- look around the region, temperatures are chilly, 30s. all above freezing. mid to upper 30s most locations. closer to washingt, fairfax counties, near 40. so is arlington. and in the district of columbia. in the upper 30s in montgomery county and prince george's county near the bay waters, mid 40s. and over the last 12 hours, clouds have closed in. the areas in green to the north, those are sprinkles of light rain trying to reach the ground in frederick county and northern montgomery heading east. some of the steadier rain is to the west, not arriving until perhaps after 9:00. does lo
tom kierein joins us with the first forecast for today. >> the sky has the fuzzy, gray snowy looking. as we take a look at the radar we can see the area of snow. it is not a major storm but it is snowing now in the shenandoah valley and as well as in western maryland and panhandle of west virginia and farther to the west. that area of green you see on the radar, this is our high definition local radar. showing this area is snow. it is now snowing near frederick, maryland. and farther to the west, up towards hagerstown along interstate 70 and 81. then down 81 right into the northern shenandoah valley where it meets 66. that's all snow there. and snow coming down harder in warren and clark counties, right there where the high levels of the blue ridge are there and the -- they are getting moderate snow there. farther to the east, though, precipitation not quite reaching the ground yet. it does appear it will be moving towards the metro area later on. right now 41 at reagan national. over the next hour or so maybe our high temperatures because where it is snowing, it is down into the mid
. let's find out about the afternoon. here's storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein. >> they have a beautiful day under way important the groundbreaking ceremony and all around our region after morning clouds broke up we got the sunshine breaking out. and temperatures right now are warming into the 50s throughout much of the region. in fact, right now reagan national is at 52 degrees. prince william county, it is near 50. around gainesville and in fairfax county, temperatures are near 50. and it is also in the low to mid 50s now in prince george's and montgomery counties. southern maryland, around the northern neck, eastern shore and it is in the mid 50s. farther west and north, too, climbing into the 50s. around the blue ridge, shenandoah valley, and into the mountains of western maryland and west virginia. now here's the view from space. over the last 12 hours you can see that there are cloud cover -- exiting our region and going off to the north and east and there are other clouds about to come our way. there is a weak does turn answer now in the ohio valley. that will be sweeping in tonig
to your next dinner. pillsbury grands! dinner ideas made easy. >>> good morning. tom kierein in storm center 4. clear and cold. down into the upper zbepts near 30 degrees in the suburbs and rural areas. reagan national at 37. later today into the low 50s with lots of sun. thickening clouds saturday. after midnight saturday night to perhaps dawn on sunday could get some chilly rain, maybe a little wet snow. just to north of the metro area. then clear and dry after that into next week. joe? >> tom, thank >>> all righty. here we are above indianapolis. let's do this! whoo! yeah! yeah, baby! whoa! woo hoo! yes! hey, hey! that's the only way to fly! fantastic. indy never looked better. whoo! good times. that, my friends is how you get to see indianapolis for super bowl xlvi. good times. >> our very own superhero, al roker, ziplining over indianapolis. takes about 30 seconds. one of the hottest attractions of the week here at pan am plaza here celebrating super bowl xlvi. feet firmly on the ground, i'm ann curry. al, how are you? >> i'm doing great. they are unat the tim at theun-. they hav
:41. tom kierein, storm center 4. off to a cold start this morning. we have a clear sky from adams morgan to mt. rainier, oxon h l hill, merrifield, fairfax city, laytonsville. temperatures are down to near 20 degrees. a little bit milder west and north, but still below freezing most locations. shenandoah valley, panhandle of west virginia, western maryland, mid to upper 20s. southern maryland, northern neck eastern shore, weather watchers checking in with temperatures in the upper teens to just near 20 degrees. here's the view from space over the last 12 hours. we've had that wind thankfully diminish. we have light winds this morning with a clear sky. there is the washington monument, live picture from our city camera. sunrise 7:03. a cold morning. we'll get above freezing by late morning. sunny, highs reaching the 30s by noontime. and then hitting the 40s during the middle of the afternoon. this evening, here the evening planner. sunset at 5:42. increasing clouds, down near 30 by midnight. a look at some precipitation chances for tomorrow. we'll look at the rest of the week in ten minu
from tom kierein. >> good morning. here's a look at the sunrise. live view from the news4 sky watcher camera. sun is up with high clouds drifting over. and temperatures under those clouds are above freezing for the mountains all the way to the atlantic beaches. we are in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees. that includes fairfax, montgomery, prince george's counties, district of columbia, low to mid 40s. later today into the 50s. we will have lots of sun. clouding up tonight, tomorrow cloudy and we will have rain likely moving in late morning into the afternoon and evening. joe. >> thank you, tom. we will take a break and come >>> good morning. if you are traveling the inner loop of the beltway, making your way towards braddock road you know how it goes. very slow at this time. travel speed 31 miles per hour. delays start around the interchange and continue to the dulles tool road. traveling along i-270 slow at shady grove. joe, back to you. >> thanks very much. another news >>> 7:30 now on a wednesday morning, the 15th day of february 2012. there is a view from the top of the rock, as s
been to. we had a >>> good morning, tom kierein in storm center 4. sunrise on this frosty cold monday morning. live view from the nbc 4 sky watcher high-definition camera and as we take a look around the region, it is frosty cold, down into the low to mid 20s throughout most of west virginia, virginia and maryland and right around the bay, too. district of columbia near 30. later today though climbing into the 50s with sunshine and another cold start tomorrow morning but again into the 50s on tuesday. >>> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thank you very much. just ahead, much more on the deadly fire police believe was set by josh powell that killed him and his two young sons. reaction from powell's brother-in-law in a live interview. but first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> still to come this morning, we have real housewives taylor armstrong in studio opening up about her estranged husband's suicide and the relationship. we'll talk to her coming up. >>> and on a different note did the super bowl ads live up to expectations? we'll take a look at the best of the bunch after you
, sunny and mild start to the day. will it last? let's find out. here's meteorologist tom kierein. tom, what's going on. >> off to a promising start that's for sure. morning clouds. temperatures are warming up. just after 11:00, 50 degrees in washington. in fairfax, arlington, montgomery county, prince george's counties, upper 40s to mid 40s. farther south and through north central virginia, some locations hit the low 50s. fredericksburg, culpeper to charlottesville. farther west and north in hagerstown, mid 40s. the temperature centers at the airports and cumberland and frederick are not connecting with the network now. but it is in the mid 40s in both of those locations as well. and it is a view from space. we have wave clouds lined up like church pews off to our north and west now as some upper-level winds are undulating over the mountains and the flow is sort of fitting the contour of the mountains. you can see in the cloud cover north and west of washington. we have quite a bit of sunshine for the afternoon with temperatures climbing into the mid and upper 50s. we will have breeze
the country. >>> 6:11. let's find out more about the storm system. here's tom kierein in storm center 4. tom? >>> we're getting damage reports from branson, missouri. the theaters and hotels and restaurants hit by storms. here the system arriving in the form of rain. right now we have clouds. in the 30s to near 40 no from washington's shaw neighborhood to oxon hill. greenbelt, herndon, lorton, and bethesda. a cloudy sky, and we have sprinkles showing up, areas in green, northern shenandoah valley, panhandle of west virginia into washington and frederick counties in maryland. farther south and west, southern shenandoah valley and into the mountains, they're getting steadier rain. that will be arriving here by 9:00. sunrise at 6:41. in the 40s through the morning. 50s by noontime. might have thunder and lightning around noontime. then it may taper off a bit for a while. then more rain coming in by late afternoon and into this evening, more thunder and lightning. 50s. big changes for thursday, friday, into the weekend. details in ten minutes. how's traffic now, danella? >>> good morning. if you
the spotlight in our faces? whatever you're accusing me of, i did not do it. >>> let's find out from tom kierein what kind of a day we'll have. i understand we had sprinkles a while ago? >> we still have some now. grab an umbrella before you head off to work and school early on this wednesday morning. there's the scene over the potomac river. pitter-patters of light rain. there's capitol hill illuminated. and we have 50 degrees at reagan national. we have a little bit of a just light southerly breeze there. that's bringing chilly air off of the president obama. actually 50s, one -- off of the potomac. actually, 50s one of the cooler spots. the area in yellow getting moderate rain now in southeast washington, northern charles county, into -- across much of prince george's county into northern anne arundel. elsewhere, just a few light sprinkles and temperatures are mild. we're in the 50s from the mountains all the way to the atlantic beaches. it's going to be a mild day. here's your day planner. sunrise at 7:17. there's a small chance of a lingering sprinkle by mid morning. cloudy much of the morn
. >>> a check with tom kierein now for an update on the forecast. tom? >> barbara, we had sunshine breaking out. welcome. live view this morning from the news4 sky watcher camera looking towards downtown washington from our vantage point in upper northwest. got blue showing lou. and temperatures are responding. we are hitting the 40s now throughout much of the region. and we will peak in the mid and upper 40s throughout the rest of the afternoon. last 12 hours we had a pew sprinkles trying to reach the ground. we are getting nice breaks in the clouds now. but there's still a possibility perhaps of a pew sprinkles and later this afternoon and late in the afternoon and perhaps this evening. then sunshine on wednesday with highs in the low 50s and then the 40s with a chance of rain on thursday. friday and saturday, sunshine with temperatures up near 50 degrees. there is a possibility of maybe some rain and/or snow on sunday. stay tuned. we are still too far ahead to really get a -- get a handle on that. on saturday, i visited the national institute of standards and technology for adventure in scie
of my brain. it's so foggy this morning. >>> tom kierein's in storm center 4, looking at the weather. tom? >> good morning. as we get toward 6:15, the visibilities are gradually improving right now at 6:11 on this friday morning. visibility at reagan national now up to .8 mile. it was down to .3 last hour. but it is still near zero visibility around culpeper and parts of fauquier county, warrenton, and up toward manassas and then along i-95, southern montgomery county, up toward baltimore, about .3 of a mile visibility, as well as much of southern maryland and around the bay and eastern shore. farther west and north, no fog, clouds producing a few sprinkles. mid 40s there. near 40 where we have the dense fog. a few sprinkles, areas in green, in southern loudoun county and northwestern montgomery. beginning to dissipates a bit. and -- to distasipate a bit. and tonight, clear and breezy, near 40 at midnight. i'll show you my preliminary estimate on potential snow for sunday at 6:21. danella, how's traffic? >>> still following breaking news on the inner loop of the beltway. just past co
kierein can tell us what we can expect. good morning, tom. >> good morning, barbara. we might get a little thunder and lightning but i don't think that we are going to have any severe weather. although it is associated with the same system. we will probably just get thunder and lightning. already had that through central shenandoah valley. you can see this moving color on radar. that's rain. and where you see the yellows and reds, that's where it is raining hardest. we are getting some moderate downpours now in prince george's county and that area in red you see near bowie and along the beltway. in prince george's county. raining hard there. then farther to the south, there's some heavy rain now in st. mary's county and southern charles county and across the potomac into stafford county and areas just to the east of fredericksburg and king george county. that is heading off to the east. we will have rain tapering off getting moderate rain and in the areas in yellow and montgomery and fairfax counties. light rain that's tapering off temporarily out in the had an dough a valley. just a few s
for what is going to be a lovely day today and tomorrow. meteorologist tom kierein is in the storm center with the latest on our forecast. tom, good morning. >>> good morning. and tonight there's going to be a special lecture at the smithsonian national museum of the american indian about the northern lights. you'll be able to see some spectacular imagery. this lecture is tonight, 6:45 to 8:30 at the smithsonian national museum of american indian. and if you want more information, go to it should be fantastic for that tonight. it's going to be quite amazing. we've had amazing auroras here over the last couple of months. you'll see a lot of that imagery tonight. well, this morning, we've got a clear sky. no aurora, but temperatures are down into the 30s and low to mid 40s. mostly above freezing. most of the area. low fourth, montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's counties, mid 40s in washington, much of southern maryland, northern neck, eastern shore. the view from space showing a mostly clear sky now. temperatures western maryland, west virginia, shenandoa
start to the day out there. sunshine right now. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us with the first forecast. good morning. >> you can tell it is cold by looking at that view from our city camera. the flags flapping in a cold breeze. we have the bright sun, though. right now just after 11:00 and morning temperatures are near 40 degrees in montgomery county, though, mid 30s and most of fairfax county, arlington now near 40. it is near 40 in washington and prince george's county. and off to our west and north where that snow fell and still on the ground, it is in the mid 30s much of that region there. but it is -- gradually melting now. over the last 12 hours we have had our sky clearing out. we have had plenty of sunshine all morning. and for the rest of the afternoon, it is going to be sunny but chill y. the breezes should settle down. breeze write enough to make it field colder than the high of reaching low to mid 40s. that wind is going to feel like the 30s, though, as we get into the rest of the afternoon hours. looks like a cold tonight tonight. we will talk about
of february. it is cold. good morning. tom kierein in storm center 4. right now in the low to mid 20s in fairfax, arlington, prince george's county, reagan national at 33. much of the district of columbia below freezing this morning. southern maryland, too, as well as even near the bay waters, northern neck, eastern shore. in the 20s. and it's only in the low 20s parts of virginia, maryland, and west virginia. we do have clouds closing in from the west associated with a warm front that's now coming toward us. and it will bring in clouds, increasing clouds today. here's your day planner. sunrise at 6:52. sunset at 5:52. a blustery wind developing later this afternoon out of the southwest. highs reach near 50 degrees. here's a look at our evening planner. sunset at 5:52. cloudy this evening. mid effort. early even -- mid 40s. early evening, near 40. a look at the warmup on the way for the rest of the week and storms on friday. the latest on that and the weekend in ten minutes. danella? >>> traffic looks good heading out of the house and traveling on bw parkway. in fact, making your way
& traffic on the 1s at 5:11 on in wednesday morning. tom kierein in storm center 4. mostly cloudy in the upper 30s and low fourth. later today, the sunshine breaking out by later this morning. we'll warm into the 50s. and then hitting the mid to upper 50s during the afternoon. here's your evening planner. sunset at 5:45. increasing clouds, down to near 40 degrees by midnight. a look at big changes on the way. an active weather pattern, that will be in ten minutes. how's traffic? >>> good morning. if you're traveling in silver spring, have a report of an accident. this is 29 north at university boulevard. checking cameras in that area, not seeing anything on camera, but i want you to use caution in the area just in case. if you're traveling along i-66 in virginia, nice ride for you as you travel eastbound. westbound, no issues for you. eastbound travel speed, looking great at 64 miles per hour. if you connect to the beltway and travel inside the beltway on i-66, no issues here, as well. joe and eun? >> thanks a lot. >>> 5:11. 42 degrees. ahead, tebowing is so yesterday. how lin's s
's right. meteorologist tom kierein is tracking the weather. he's going to tell us what we need to know for today and the weekend. good morning. >>> good morning on, this friday at 5:11, most of the fog is confined along the i-95 corridor and areas south and east of there. visibilities from near zero to .3 of a mile. farther west and north, not much fog at all. and temperatures are in the mid 40s in the mountains, shenandoah valley, and areas west and north of washington where the dense fog is, though, right near 40 degrees. 41 at reagan national. the radar show sprinkles maybe of light rain, eastern panhandle of west virginia into loudoun county out of the northern shenandoah valley. there may be a few sprinkles in montgomery county, as well. elsewhere, the cloud cover breaking up. the fog should be breaking up mid morning. then sunshine, temperatures into the mid 50s this afternoon. here's your friday evening planner. clear and breezy, we'll be down to near 40 by midnight. i think we'll have a low impact from this storm on sunday. we'll look at that in detail in ten minutes. danella,
. >> good luck, rocky. >> wish him well. >>> let's go to tom kierein. he's got the forecast. big changes. >> right now at 6:11, we have light rain falling north and west of washington. those areas of color on the radar. right now storm 4 radar showing light rain in montgomery county, western fairfax, and farther north and west. temperatures are generally in the mid to low 40s, much of maryland and virginia. except near washington, near 50 degrees. later today, sunrise at 6:48. sun mid morning and during the afternoon. a rapid warmup. low to mid 70s early afternoon. then a strong cold front with some showers. maybe some thunder from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. and strong winds, too. that will pick up a little afternoon and continue windy tonight and getting chilly, near 50 by midnight. a look at the change for the weekend into next week in ten minutes, as well as the snow in chicago. that will be coming up, too. now, how's traffic? >>> good morning, traveling i-95 in virginia, hitting the brakes northbound at fairfax county parkway. i see a disabled tractor-trailer in your left shoulder lane. just
, meteorologist tom kierein says we're going to see our biggest snowstorm of the season this weekend. but the forecast changed overnight. we'll talk to tom in a minute to see how much snow we might get and when that storm might get here. good morning to you, i'm joe krebs. >> i'm eun yang. it is friday, february 17, 2012. there is already a lot going on right now, especially on the roads. we have breaking news off the top. police are on the scene of a serious crash that has part of the beltway shut down in montgomery county. >> it's happened on the inner loop of i-495 and connecticut avenue in chevy chase. news4's tracee wilkins is live on the scene with breaking developments. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, joe. this accident happened just around 3:00 a.m. here on the beltway. they do have it shut down. the inner loop between connecticut avenue and rockville pike. so they're able to get the situation under control. we understand that at some point there was a vehicle fire. we understand that a tractor-trailer was involved, and this other vehicle. one person has died
for what people or don't thing. >> this is true. let's check the forecast. tom kierein with some springlike weather. we're dancing up here, tom. >> you're going to be tired dancing so much with all the spring weather we're going to have. near 50 degrees in arlington, fairfax and prince george's county. on the eastern shore. right now, temperatures, blue ridge shenandoah valley into the vall valley. low to mid-40s there. this area in the green area, sprinkles now coming into the panhandle of west virginia and stretching down all the way into southern west virginia. this may make its way into the next two or three hours but it's drying as it does approach us. right now we'll have these clouds in and out. small chance for a shower over the next couple of hours and then during the rest of the day, partly cloudy and we will have a rapid warm-up. the 60s by noontime. then near 70 degrees by mid afternoon. then overnight tonight, cloudy and mild. we ool be near 60 early evening. low 60s by midnight and by dawn tomorrow, we'll be down to near 50 degrees and then strong gusty winds. that's going to
of february. does not feel like that month, though. tom kierein joins us now with our springlike forecast. >> it is rather chilly now, though. we are in the 40s and low and mid 50s. we have some light rains coming through the last couple of hours. much of it pulling east of the i-95 corridor. we might have an additional sprinkle later this morning. otherwise we will have a cloudy morning. temperatures in the 40s and low and mid 50s over the next few hours. and then later today, we will climb into -- sunshine back into the 60s. 50s tomorrow through morning showers. and then chilly and dry from you into the weekend. joe. >> all right, tom. thanks very much. take a break now and come back [ male announcer ] this was how my day began. a little bird told me about a band... ♪ an old man shared some fish stories... ♪ oooh, my turn. ♪ she was in paris, but we talked for hours... everyone else buzzed about the band. there's a wireless mind inside all of us. so, where to next? ♪ >>> good morning. seeing red westbound route 50. you are jammed at landover road. 13 miles per hour as you make y
. good morning. tom kierein in storm center 4. off to a frosty cold start. most of the region down in the mid and low 20s throughout west virginia, virginia and maryland. montgomery, fairfax, arlington, prince george's counties now in the mid-20s. near freezing in washington and by the bay. view from space showing a clear sky. plenty of sunshine today, high pressure over the region, and here's your "day planner." sunrise at 7:10. we'll stay below freezing until 8:00 and mid-to-upper 30s by 9:00 soaring to 50 by noon time. low and mid-50s in the afternoon with lots of sunshine. sunset at 5:35. we'll have a partly cloudy evening, temperatures will be chilly in the 40s. by midnight down to the low 40s. a look at tuesday, wednesday, the rest of the week and weekend in ten minutes. how is traffic? >> still looking good. off to a good start over the work week. traveling along i-95 nothing but green lanes are open heading out of woodbridge connecting to the beltway. light volume traveling northbound and southbound. northbound speeds pretty good. 60 miles per hour. make your way from the o
right. it is now 4:30. we're going to get a look at the first forecast. meteorologist tom kierein is here. we started out with rain in the region yesterday. >> yesterday we had rain. today is groundhog day. same thing is happening today that happened yesterday. do i look like bill murray? it's almost a repeat of yesterday. where you see the grain, raining lightly in montgomery county, fairfax. those pockets, though, of yellow, that's where it's coming out harder. prince george's county to prince charles county. more showers moving to the northern neck of virginia. the pavements are all wet, so watch out. it's fender bender weather with everything wet, and it's a bit cooler than yesterday morning though. we're in the upper 40s to around 50 degrees in montgomery, fairfax, arlington, prince george's counties, it's near 50 in washington and by the bay. near the low 40s around the panhandle of west virginia and shenandoah valley. so some chillier weather on tap for today. here's your day planner. sunrise will be at 7:14. we'll still have a chance of an additional shower around mid morn
'm tom kierein. in the wake of yesterday's little snowstorm, watch out for slick spots. north-northwesterly wind gusting to around 15 miles an hour brings our windchills down into the 20s. right now the temperatures are in the 20s in montgomery and fairfax counties. much of the region in maryland and virginia, freezing temperatures. watch out for icy spots where the snow touched down and reached the ground and stuck yesterday afternoon north and west of the metro areas. the clouds will be pulling out as the day progresses. here's your day planner. we'll have our sunrise at 7:07. by noontime, 40, low to mid-40s by the afternoon. mostly clear by midnight. we'll be down to the low 30s. looks like some beg change is on the way. maybe snow over the weekend. donella, how's traffic? >> good morning. the area looks pretty good. as you're traveling from baltimore to capital beltway. also, i-95 looks really good as well. southbound travel speed as you make your way past 100, you're at 63 miles an hour. conning southbound, this time heading to the beltway, nice and clear, your volume is
if he's convicted. >> all right. let's get a first look at our frachlt meteorologist tom kierein. it's 50 degrees out there. a warm start. hopefully this means more warm weather. >> it's going be feeling like spring. we got to the low 60s yesterday, but we're going to exceed that. let's take a look at our live view from the city camera. it shows a partly cloudy sky over the mall and the region. there's the washington monument. we geeshet a few clouds that are lingering. right now it's 51 at reagan national. we've got a southwesterly breeze around 5 to 10 miles an hour. that will increase a little bit by later today, and that will bring in the warmth. right now well above freezing in the low to mid-40s across most of virginia, maryland, and west virginia, and closer to washington, upper 40s now to near 50 degrees in prince george's, arlington, fairfax, montgomery counties, much of southern maryland as well. there's the space showing the area in green. that was the rain showers that came through there. there's still rain showers in west virginia. those may make their way in the shenand
making it across the >>> good morning. sunny and cold on this monday morning. tom kierein in storm center 4. right now getting above freezing throughout much of the region. just in the low and mid 30s fairfax, arlington, montgomery, prince george's county. near 40 in washington and by the bay. it may make it into the low and mid 60s throughout much of the region with lots of sunshine. clear night, near 30 by dawn tomorrow, increasing clouds tuesday. chilly rain likely on wednesday. >>> and that's your latest weather, ann. >> al, thank you. coming up next, the hottest style, hair and accessory trends from the oscars red carpet. that's right after this. [ male announcer ] every day thousands of people are choosing advil®. here's one story. pain doesn't have much of a place in my life. i checked the schedule and it's not on it. [ laughs ] you never know when advil® is needed. well most people only know one side of my life. they see me on stage and they think that that is who i am. there's many layers to everybody everywhere. singer, songwriter, philanthropist, father, life's a juggling act
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